3 Ways to Create a Beautiful Breakfast Nook in Your Home
What better way to start your day than a good cup of coffee in a cozy corner?
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day and it’s better taken in a space where comfort and beautiful design exists. Give a pleasant dining experience to your family every morning by creating a beautiful breakfast nook. A little corner such as this plays a huge role in your home.
We discovered 3 ways to create beautiful breakfast nooks in your humble abode! No repainting needed, just a few accents to adds and tricks to do.
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Play with Color
“Given that kitchens generally offer only a handful of opportunities for color, an eat-in nook is a great place to punch things up a bit via easy-to-swap accents such as pillows. If you’re unsure of which color palette to choose, pick one hue and use it in differing shades for a more cohesive look.” – OKL
This pillow features a Southwestern style design in a mix of purple and blue hues. The feather-and-down fill ensures long-lasting loftiness.
Add a charming touch to the scene with a simple yet striking faux arrangement, like these mixed purple hydrangeas in a simple glass vase.
Pair of custom pillows made with vintage blue & purple batik textile.
Clean looking chairs for a refined and polish look.
Play with Art
“Depending on the size of your space, a breakfast nook can be either an “extra” dining area or, in smaller apartments, the main dining event. Regardless, a gallery wall centered on the space makes the area feel like its own mini room. A mix of prints and paintings makes for a fun conversation piece when dinner guests linger around the kitchen.” – OKL
A lithographic print of the 1936 woodcut engraved by G. Aubert for “La Table des Matières,” The work is set in a handsome frame finished in black and gold.
A fine-art giclée reproduction on canvas of “Landscape in the Jura Mountains (Jura Landschaft bei Romanel)” The Jura is a sub-alpine mountain range separating the Rhine and the Rhone rivers. Custom frame.
This piece is a vintage lithograph, signed in the plate by artist Ben Shahn. Printed on fine rag paper and set in a black frame with mat and glass.
Full of expressive color and depth, this abstraction from artist Valerie Tovar brings an impressive energy and spirit to your space. This is a giclée reproduction printed on gallery-wrapped canvas and set in a white floater frame. Arrives ready to hang.
Play with the Seating!
“Chairs are not the only choice when it comes to extra nook seating. Stools and cubes are a fun alternative, and they keep the area feeling open and inviting. Here the simple lines of the cubes and the contemporary pendant balance out a more traditional-leaning antique table. One of our other favorite things about built-in seating (or a bench)? The chance to sneak in some extra kitchen storage.” – OKL
This chic storage ottoman boasts lively zebra-print upholstery and a neatly tailored skirt. The top lifts to reveal space to stash shoes, throws, and other home accessories.
A playful, graphic pattern adds a welcome splash of color and style to this chic ottoman. As versatile as it is lovely, it can serve as a footrest, extra seating, or when topped with a tray, an occasional table.
A great way to maximize a small entryway or mudroom area. Clean lines, recessed panels, knocker-style pulls and turned bun feet lend this functional mudroom bench transitional elegance.
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